School-Wide Social Skills Curriculum
Anti-bullying program used in our Elementary and Middle Schools
A school wide social curriculum
Private Social Groups
Academy Metro West (Natick)
Licensed mental health counselors run weekly group therapy sessions for children between the ages of 6 and 15. Groups take place in a gymnasium setting and center on cooperative, non-competitive physical activity. Children are placed in groups based upon age, grade, physical skills, overall developmental level, and personality, with the goal of maximizing the chances for forming meaningful connections with fellow group members.
The Academy is a child and adolescent centered agency offering a social skills group program, individual counseling, and school-based services to Newton and the greater Boston Area.
85 Main Street suite 102 Watertown, MA. 617-923-7575
Social skills, music therapy, and sibling support groups.
400 Hunnewell St, Needham, MA. 781-400-2641
400 Hunnewell St., Needham MA. 781-400-2605
Massachusetts General Hospital - Wellesley, Charlestown sites & Hale Reservation, Westwood (Summer)
Dr. Scott McLeod, Youth Care Executive Director
47A River Street, Suite A200 Wellesley, MA 02481 617-726-0060
Eve Weber, MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, Director
140 Gould Street, Needham, MA 02494 781-433-9890
This interactive learning program combines expressive therapy, psychodrama, social pragmatics, and theatre to help individuals overcome anxiety in social settings and acquire a larger repertoire of pragmatic skills.
An after-school activity group counseling program that focuses on children's personal and social growth
A website dedicated to providing practical frameworks, strategies and products to teach social problem solving, social emotional interpretation and social skills across schools, homes, communities and workplaces across the lifespan and around the globe.
A website produced by The Guidance Group, a publishing company that specializes in hands-on materials for character education, life skills, school success and mental health.
Donna Shea and Nadine Briggs, friendship experts and social coaches, created this site as a resource to support the social success of children at home, at school and on the playground.
The New York Times, 2015